2 - Review and complete course curriculum.
The curriculum is
divided into six lessons each of which consists of three sections:
- a lesson overview,
essentially a summary of the lesson's content to help you identify
key items you should be familiar with upon completing the lesson.
- a required
reading, taken from the Hunter Education Student Manual or the
Hunting Regulation Summary booklet. They may be viewed onscreen or
in hard copy form should you prefer to work from a printed version
of the manual. The readings are "core" curriculum and are a necessity
for completing the course assignments and for preparing to write the
Hunter Education Exam. And,
- an assignment,
of the Independent Study Guide Exercises found at the end of each
lesson in the Hunter Education Student Manual. There are six exercises
in total, featuring 131 questions based on topics covered in the Hunter
Education Student Manual. Assignments
can be considered as lesson reviews and will prepare you for questions
encountered when writing the Hunter Education Exam.